Well, Eric Holder no only has had his vote stolen after his refusal to take voter fraud seriously, but he’s also had a harsh telling off because of what he does chose to prosecute – and the fact he’s so determined to do it he’ll do it without evidence. Remember, this is the man who in theory should be the nation’s top lawyer.
(What do you expect though? It’s not like Obama has a history of this sort of appointment.)
After 18 months of litigation, the DOJ’s case was thrown out of federal court, and the department was chastised in a scathing ruling by U.S. District Judge Kenneth Ryskamp for filing a case with no evidence.
Judge Ryskamp wrote that Holder’s complete failure to present any evidence of wrongdoing, coupled with the DOJ’s cozy relationship with PWC and their apparent joint decision to destroy video surveillance footage of the alleged “obstruction,” caused the court to suspect a conspiracy at the highest levels of the Obama administration. “The Court is at a loss as to why the Government chose to prosecute this particular case in the first place,” wrote Judge Ryskamp. “The Court can only wonder whether this action was the product of a concerted effort between the Government and PWC, which began well before the date of the incident at issue, to quell Ms. Pine’s activities rather than to vindicate the rights of those allegedly aggrieved by Ms. Pine’s conduct.”
The Obama administration has been accused of being the most pro-abortion in US history. Stories like this tend to strengthen that claim quite considerably.